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Schiller Institute Conference
A New Paradigm for the Survival of Civilization

Nov. 26—The Schiller Institute held a two-day international conference near Frankfurt, Germany, on Nov. 24-25 to discuss ``A New Paradigm for the Survival of Civilization.'' Some 300 participants from 25 countries in Europe, the Middle East and the United States came together to seek solutions to the two major crises of today. First, are the growing global tensions, especially in the Middle East and Gulf region (Southwest Asia), which threaten to escalate into a new world war, one which would involve deployment of nuclear weapons, and potentially, wipe out human civilization in a global conflagration. The second major crisis is the accelerating collapse of the Western financial system, and emphatically, that of the Eurozone. The president of the Schiller Institute, Helga Zepp-LaRouche, in her keynote address on Nov. 24, stressed the importance of economic development for all of Southwest Asia, over and above any religious or ethnic conflicts. Only the immediate perspective of a ``Marshall Plan'' for the entire area stretching from Central Asia to the Arab Gulf, and from Afghanistan to the Mediterranean, would introduce a higher level of reason, from which to guarantee survival and a future for all. What we need, she stressed, is nothing less than a new Peace of Westphalia.
The acute danger of global war can be averted, Zepp-LaRouche proposed, by focusing on the common aims of mankind. Of such a nature is the proposal made by Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitri Rogozin for a common Russian-American anti-missile defense system ...
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  • Will Obama's Re-Election Ensure World War III?
    That rhetorical question is answered in an emphatic affirmative—unless there is a dramatic shift back from the brink which Obama and his British controllers have led us to. Nancy Spannaus reviews the escalation of tension on the Turkey-Syria border where NATO is currently planning to locate a Patriot missile system. And the Russians are not taking it laying down.
  • Afghan Warlords Prepare for Another Civil War
    After 11 years of war, during which thousands were killed, and trillions of dollars were spent, the U.S. and NATO allies will leave behind in Afghanistan a country which resembles the same condition it was in in 1989, when the defeated Soviet troops marched home.
  • Russia Remains a Target of MI6-Aided Londonistan Terrorists
    Members of the banned Islamist terrorist group Hizb ut-Tahrir, which is headquartered in the U.K., and working to establish a Caliphate, are operating against Russia, under the protection of the British intelligence agency MI6.


  • A Coming Showdown Over Restoring Glass-Steagall
    While Congress obsesses over the suicidal 'fiscal cliff,' Wall Street is sending clear signals that it is worried about a coming showdown over restoration of Glass-Steagall, the real key to turning around the economic collapse. Paul Gallagher reports.
  • 'We Let Them Starve'
    A review of a new German-language book, Wir lassen sie verhungern: Die Massenvernichtung in der Dritten Welt (We Let Them Starve: Mass Extermination in the Third World),
    by Jean Ziegler, an advisor to the UN on food issues.



  • FDR's Hurley Memorandum:
    Free Iran from British Imperialism

    Exactly 69 years ago, the administration of Franklin D. Roosevelt, was engaged in plans to liberate the world, especially the nations of Asia, Southwest Asia, and Africa, from the deadly grip of the British Empire. A key part of that effort was FDR's plan for post-war Iran. Historian Anton Chaitkin reports.

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